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					                     EABJM ICT Certification for Students 2006
                               “Open certification.doc”
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1. If this document window is not full screen then please make it full screen.

2. Make this document window into a smaller window on your screen.

3. Show the examiner that you know how to reduce this screen to the toolbar and then
   bring it back to its present position and size.

4. Show the examiner that you know how to use the mouse to move this screen around
   the desktop.

5. The examiner will ask you the question “How do you know when a window is active?”

6. Change the size of this window both vertically and horizontally. Then bring the window
   back to a usable size.

7. Move this window to the top right of your screen and then double click on the icon
   “Poste de Travail”

8. Using the right-hand mouse button on the drive C icon, go to properties and tell the
   examiner the maximum size of the C disk in Gigabytes (Go). Close the two small
   windows, Properties and Poste de Travail.

9. Show the examiner that you know how to open the My Documents folder

10.         Save this file in My Documents under the file name certification.doc.

11.         Now save this file in My Documents under the name exam.doc.

12.      Close all windows open on the desktop and open exam.doc from My
  Documents.

13.        Make this document (now exam.doc) into a screen small enough to read the
  information and place the window at the top right of the desktop.

14.         Open up a new text document in another window.

15.        Save this new document as test.doc on the desktop of the computer and then
  close the test.doc window.

16.         Open Poste de Travail then My Documents.

17.         Move test.doc from the desktop into the My Documents folder.

18.         Close the Poste de Travail window.

19.         Go to the start menu, then search and chose “All files or folders”.

20.         Search for test.doc on the C drive.
21.         Click once on the file and tell the examiner where it can be found and its size
  in bytes.

22.          Close the search window.

23.        Open the My Documents folder through Poste de Travail and use the right
  hand mouse button to delete (throw in the trash) test.doc.
  Close the Poste de Travail window.


24.        Go to the Start menu, Programs, Accessories and chose Calculator. Use the
  calculator to mulitply 142,65 by 34,876.
                                                 Type the result here:

   Close the calculator                                  window.


25.        In the table below you will find instructions (left) and the same text (right).
  Follow each instruction on the text to its right.


1. Select the text and put it in Arial 14.     We must be careful when we make a list of their
                                               differences. It is easy to say that all fish swim. The
                                               problem is that amphibians, such as the frog, also
                                               swim. Whales and dolphins swim and they are
                                               mammals. many insects swim. It is easy to think that
                                               'all birds fly' but the ostrich and the penguin do not fly.
2. Select the text and put it in Times New     We must be careful when we make a list of their
Roman 16.                                      differences. It is easy to say that all fish swim. The
                                               problem is that amphibians, such as the frog, also
                                               swim. Whales and dolphins swim and they are
                                               mammals. many insects swim. It is easy to think that
                                               'all birds fly' but the ostrich and the penguin do not fly.
3. Select the text and make it italic and bold We must be careful when we make a list of their
(gras).                                        differences. It is easy to say that all fish swim. The
                                               problem is that amphibians, such as the frog, also
                                               swim. Whales and dolphins swim and they are
                                               mammals. many insects swim. It is easy to think that
                                               'all birds fly' but the ostrich and the penguin do not fly.
.4. Select the text and make it bold. Then     We must be careful when we make a list of their
show that you know how to use the Edition differences. It is easy to say that all fish swim. The
                                               problem is that amphibians, such as the frog, also
menu to undo the last thing you did (ie        swim. Whales and dolphins swim and they are
unbold the text).                              mammals. many insects swim. It is easy to think that
                                               'all birds fly' but the ostrich and the penguin do not fly.
5. Select the text and using the Format menu We must be careful when we make a list of their
(Paragraph, Alignment) justify (justifier) the differences. It is easy to say that all fish swim. The
                                               problem is that amphibians, such as the frog, also
text                                           swim. Whales and dolphins swim and they are
                                               mammals. many insects swim. It is easy to think that
                                               'all birds fly' but the ostrich and the penguin do not fly.
6. Select the first sentence of the text and   We must be careful when we make a list of their
delete (supprimer) it.                         differences. It is easy to say that all fish swim. The
                                               problem is that amphibians, such as the frog, also
                                               swim. Whales and dolphins swim and they are
                                               mammals. many insects swim. It is easy to think that
                                               'all birds fly' but the ostrich and the penguin do not fly.
7. Select the first sentence of the text, cut it We must be careful when we make a list of their
and then paste it to the end of the text.        differences. It is easy to say that all fish swim. The
                                                 problem is that amphibians, such as the frog, also
                                                 swim. Whales and dolphins swim and they are
                                                 mammals. many insects swim. It is easy to think that
                                                 'all birds fly' but the ostrich and the penguin do not fly.
8. Select the last sentence of the text, copy it We must be careful when we make a list of their
without deleting it and then copy it before the differences. It is easy to say that all fish swim. The
                                                 problem is that amphibians, such as the frog, also
first sentence of the text.                      swim. Whales and dolphins swim and they are
                                                 mammals. many insects swim. It is easy to think that
                                                 'all birds fly' but the ostrich and the penguin do not fly.
9. Select the second sentence and make it We must be careful when we make a list of their
red and bold.                                    differences. It is easy to say that all fish swim. The
                                                 problem is that amphibians, such as the frog, also
                                                 swim. Whales and dolphins swim and they are
                                                 mammals. many insects swim. It is easy to think that
                                                 'all birds fly' but the ostrich and the penguin do not fly.




26.         The following text has three spelling mistakes. Select the three incorrect words
  in turn and make them blue and bold.

However, most students have extra curicular activities that prevent an even
distribution of homework time. The school beleives that these extra curricular
activities to be extremly important to the students. It is necessary, therefore,
that each student makes his or her personal homework timetable.

27.         Select the incorrect blue words and show that you know how to use the
  spelling check to find and correct the three mistakes:

28.       The following text has three, short paragraphs. Indent the first line of each
  paragraph by 1 cm. (Select the text, use Affichage, règle to show the ruler if it not
  already visible, set the first indent at 1 cm, place the cursor at the start of each of the
  paragraphs in turn and use the indent key).


The sixième students need help preparing their bags for the next day. Please
make sure that they go through the above list very carefully. Also, please
make sure that this is done in the evening rather than in the morning.
Students should have a minimum of money on them, but they must have their
Carte de Sortie, their lunch cards and their Carnets every day.
The sixième school bags are always much heavier than those of the cinqième
students. This is because the cinqième have learnt to include only that which
is essential.
The sixième tend to bring everything, just in case. Please check that, for
example, they only have about four spare sheets of file paper in their files.
Some students carry fifty or more sheets of paper in each file.
29.        Move the following information into a table. Insert your table after this text as
  shown. You will need four lines and two columns. Head the left column SEASON and
  the right column MONTH, putting both words in bold.

  SRING APRIL
  AUTUMN NOVEMBER
  SUMMER JULY

  Insert your table after this text:




30.         Open the Internet in Internet Explorer (http://www.knockonthedoor.com). You
  will see that there is an image of an owl. Using the right hand mouse button, click on
  this image and save it to the desktop of the computer you are working on.

31.         Close Internet Explorer.

32.         Now insert the image, in the box below using the Insertion, Image menu:




33.        Open up Internet Explorer and go to http://www.knockonthedoor.com
  Select the text in the box under Biology and copy it. Paste it in the box below.



  Close the Internet window.

34.        Make the text below into a hyperlink leading to
  http://www.knockonthedoor.com

  The Open Door Web Site

				
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